World's Greatest Shave volunteer inspired by family to shave her head

FAMILY SUPPORT: Ava and Isla Lancer with their grandmother Kerry Taberner who will shave her head during the World's Greatest Shave next month.

FAMILY SUPPORT: Ava and Isla Lancer with their grandmother Kerry Taberner who will shave her head during the World's Greatest Shave next month.

An Orange grandmother has the support of her family and has passed the halfway mark of her $2000 fundraising goal for the World’s Greatest Shave in March.

Kerry Taberner will shave her head for the cause at the Orange City Centre at 11am on March 18 and is seeking as much financial support as she can get for the cause.

“I know I don’t have a lot of hair but that’s not the point,” she said.

Mrs Taberner said she was inspired to shave her head because several people she knows have been diagnosed with varying forms of cancer.

“At Christmas my little [21-month-old] cousin in Queensland was diagnosed with T-cell lymphoma, which is blood cancer, what World’s Greatest Shave is all about,” she said.

To donate visit worldsgreatestshave.com or support her on the day.

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